Cyclesomatic hosts Portland, Ore.-based bike builder Tom LoBonty for a two-day cargo bike building workshop. The workshop, in the new Adamson High School auto tech building, costs $16. Learn how to convert a bike to a Dutch-style cargo bike using found and used items. Register here.
The Urban Street Bazaar returns to the Bishop Arts District from noon-8 p.m. Saturday and noon-4 p.m. Sunday. The bazaar, from Make and Made and Indiegenius, features modern handmade crafters and vintage dealers.
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